16 publications that are related to Families , sorted by release date
Families and households in the UK: 2022 (Latest release)Trends in living arrangements including families (with and without dependent children), people living alone and people in shared accommodation, broken down by size and type of household.
Keywords: living alone, married, single, cohabit, childless
Families in England and Wales: Census 2021 (Latest release)Change since 2011 and geography of family types: lone parent; multi-generational; same-sex couple; multi-family households; and children with a second parental address.
Keywords: Single mum, single dad, children shared between homes, LGBT parents, single parent
Household estimates and projections across the UK : user guide (Latest release)Guidance for users about the coherence and comparability of data on household estimates and projections for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Keywords: households, , estimates, projections, guidance
Families and households statistics explained (Latest release)Outlines families and households definitions, classifications, uses and users of the data, common queries, and other sources of household estimates.
Keywords: private households, children, social survey, marriage, same sex
The cost of living alone (Latest release)Article from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealing the financial situation and personal well-being of those living alone in the UK.
Keywords: Households, Household projections, Families, Couples, Population, Population projections
Why are more young people living with their parents? (Latest release)
Keywords: Economy, Employment and labour market, People, population and community, Economy, Housing, Population, Young people
How does your family size compare? (Latest release)
Keywords: People,population and community, Families,
2011 Census analysis: General Health in Overcrowded and Under-occupied Households in England and Wales (Latest release)
Keywords: living standards, health inequality, living space
2011 Census analysis: Do the demographic and socio-economic characteristics of those living alone in England and Wales differ from the general population? (Latest release)
Keywords: household population, lone person
Dependent children usually resident in England and Wales with a parental second address, 2011 (Latest release)Estimates on the movement of usual residents between home and second address and between home and workplace.
Keywords: usual resident, flow data, address abroad, elsewhere in UK, address outside UK